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Natural Sciences

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Welcome to your online guide to library resources for Natural Sciences

Your Liaison Librarian

Clare Ackerley
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Welcome to the Subject Guide for Natural Sciences

Welcome to the Subject Guide for Natural Sciences. These pages bring together key resources and information for Natural Sciences students and staff.

A lot has changed this academic year, but the Library remains on hand to help you. Whether you're new to the University or returning, there's a lot to know about. We've summarised the key information in the videos below, but don't hesitate to get in touch if you need any support.

Links to Subject Guides relevant to Natural Science students

In order to help you find the resources that you need for your individual pathway in Natural Sciences, click on the different images below to access subject-specific information and support:

   

 

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